'Detroit' Hits Theaters, Police Chief Reflects On 'Then' And 'Now'Detroit Police Chief James Craig spoke on Friday on how the movie's release offers everyone a chance to reflect on policing "then" and "now."
Study Says Films Exclude Women, Hispanics"Every year we're hopeful that we will actually see change," Stacy L. Smith, a USC professor and the study's lead author, told The Associated Press. "Unfortunately that hope has not quite been realized."
'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Slings $117 Million DebutThe better-than-expected result showed that moviegoers don't necessarily have franchise fatigue, if the new installment is good enough.
'Despicable Me 3' And 'Baby Driver' Win, 'The House' Doesn'tThe Minions are still a box office force and original stories are scoring big, but not the R-rated comedy — even with Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler behind it.
'Boss Baby' Dethrones 'Beauty And The Beast,' 'Ghost In The Shell' TanksParamount Pictures suffered another flop with its controversy-plagued "Ghost in the Shell."
30-Piece Orchestra Makes Movie Music At The Detroit Opera House [VIDEO]One of the last movies to receive a Michigan film incentive began production this week in Detroit;
'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' May Be Biggest Movie Of All Time"I think one of the keys is that it is inter-generational..."
Epic 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Trailer Drops During Monday Night Football [VIDEO]Fans are anxiously awaiting J.J. Abrams' continuation of the Star Wars saga as the release of the seventh installment, The Force Awakens, is due for Dec. 18.
9 Best Movies You Must See When They Hit Theaters This FallAs summer ends and the other seasons come to play, we can all enjoy a nice day at the movies. Here are some of the movies that we can sit back, relax and watch in the next couple of months.
Casting Call: Paid Extras Wanted For 'Looking For Alaska' Filming In Metro DetroitIf you're looking to break into the movie biz, maybe you should be "Looking for Alaska."
'Compton' Stays Straight, Again Leads Box Office With $26.8M"Straight Outta Compton" easily maintained its box-office lead with an estimated $26.8 million in ticket sales over a sleepy late summer weekend at North American multiplexes.
Paramount's 'Looking For Alaska' To Film In Michigan This FallMore than 200 cast and crew hires are expected to be Michigan residents. About 1,700 local hires are expected to be extras.